A view of the Martin Luther King Day parade celebration as they began their annual march on Monday, Jan. 20 from the Greenbrier County Courthouse to the Lewisburg United Methodist Church where the Rev. Ronald Sherrod was the keynote speaker. A program of music, speeches and remembrance commemorated the 50th anniversary event of the ratification of the Civil rights Act and the awarding of the Noble Peace Prize to Dr. King.
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